Rios Presidente Hotel
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... of that hill and looked over rio. The sunset was absolutely amazing. The crowd stayed for the sunset, got their selfie and disposed fairly quickly. While it was still crowded, I climbed a fence and sat with my legs dangling over the edge, so as people would stop pushing me back and forth along the fence. I managed to sit and enjoy a whole beer, looking at the sun go down over rio. I enjoyed this quiet time, a chance to reflect over all of the awesome times that I had in Brazil. ...
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